Introduction to TA - “The official TA 101 course - EATA”
The Introduction to TA course is a professional and enjoyable workshop that seeks to answer those fundamental questions of life from a TA perspective. TA is used throughout the world by professionals in psychotherapy, coaching, consultancy and educational settings.
Dates: Online… 2021 - October 11 / 12th
580 Ron for those in Romania
220 Euro for the rest of the world
The official introduction to TA recognised and certificated by EATA - the course is known as the TA 101 course: (EATA - European Association of Transactional Analysis)
The TA 101 covers the core concepts of TA and introduces TA ideas and techniques to participants. This course uses a mix of experiential and theoretical work - with time for discussions and personal questions.
Using TA philosophy and practice we will create a supportive atmosphere in which you can safely develop professionally and personally. Providing you with an opportunity to reflect on your professional practice and to develop your professional skills and techniques.
TA training is focused on professional and personal growth. The workshops include theoretical input, discussions, supervision and self experience. You will learn TA concepts and methodology and apply the theory to your professional practice.
This two day course provides an overview of TA theory and practice with participants how they can apply TA professionally and personally
Topics - the course covers:
Strokes: Our basic need for recognition and attachment.
Time Structure: Our basic need to structure time.
Ego States: Parent, Adult, Child: Our many selves… where they come from and understanding their use.
Transactions: The 3 rules of communication and analysis of transactions.
Discounting and passivity: How we make the world fit our frame of reference, and not solving problems!
Script: our life story written in childhood and acted out repeatedly …script development and changing.
Game theory: “Games People Play” The world best selling book was many peoples introduction to TA .. The theory has moved on and we consider how and why we play games and how we can change these destructive patterns in our lives